Police have arrested a man who allegedly carried a gun, ammunition and several knives into a movie theatre showing of The Dark Knight Rises.

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Officers were called to the North Ridgeville, OH theatre on Saturday for the film’s 10 p.m. showing after a manager got suspicious of a man who entered with a satchel.

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The Associated Press reports that the manager and an off-duty police officer working security searched the man’s bag and found the weapons. The suspect was arrested without incident and police conducted a search of his home on Monday night.

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The incident follows the horrific massacre on July 20 at an Aurora, CO theatre during a midnight showing of The Dark Knight Rises that killed 12 people and wounded 58 more. The suspect in that shooting – 24-year-old former doctorate neuroscience student James Holmes – has been charged with  24 counts of murder in connection with the massacre.

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